Can electricity decarbonize the energy sector?

WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM | The energy sector currently accounts for two-thirds of global carbon emissions.

Expedited progress on energy efficiency and low-carbon sources in the energy mix is required to achieve deep decarbonization.

As the demand to “electrify everything” grows, the carbon footprint associated with every step of the electricity generation process must be assessed and reduced.

A transition to green energy is essential if we are to win the fight against climate change. The energy sector currently accounts for two-thirds of global carbon emissions, with more than 80% of the world's energy supply coming from non-renewable sources such as coal, oil, and natural gas.


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